"This coupon increased the chances of me trading in my car by about 0.79%," Josh notes.

 

"The rent looks okay to me," Stephan Rose writes, "but I'd be a bit unsure about being able to do the deposit."

 

"I know manufactures and consumers are demanding more out of today's batteries," Frank writes, "but this seems a little extreme."

 

"I received this on a birthday card," Ralph Nevins wrote, "I wonder how many tests they run?"

 

"I saw this on Amazon," wrote Ed Burnette, "but what if I want the Paperback edition?

 

"Apparently my last name is not appropriate," Andrew Young wrote, "the completely fake address I put is just fine though."

 

"I'm glad to know an error couldn't have happened," writes Ben Wyatt, "otherwise, I might think there was a reason I couldn't print that document."

 

"Such a deal," Angus Scott-Fleming said, "Pay $12/yr for 1 year, or $20/yr for 2 years, or $28/yr for three!"

 

"I don't know if checking the box puts DHS onto me," noted George, "but I figured that life's short enough as it is. I'd rather not influence the purchase of malware as much as its donation."

 

"The BBC website recently ran a report on children with weird names," Edd comments, "but I didn't expect them to actually employ one of the story's protagonists."